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M Essentials Neoprene Adhesive Seal Cement, 4 oz

Seal cement neoprene contact cement is great for adding pockets to your wetsuit, sealing Gaskets or repairing tears on fishing waders, rubber boots and gloves. Seal cement waterproofs, seals and protects against abrasion for longer life. Part of the mcnett family of brands, M Essentials features an assortment of reliable products designed to repair and maintain the life of watersports gears. For three decades mcnett has been providing you with the essentials for adventure.

Product Features

  • Contact cement for neoprene repairs provides quick, in field repairs to wetsuits, drysuits, fishing waders and watersports gear
  • Fast 10 minute cure time allows for instant repairs
  • Neoprene formula provides flexibility, waterproofing, and abrasion resistance
  • Precision tip and brush applicators are great for fingernail tears on expensive triathlon suits
  • Made in USA

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JoelSolo says:

Just be careful I got this product to fix my 7mil open cell freedive suit that had some tears from a fall on the rocks. One tear was about 4 inches long on the back of the leg and the other was about 2 inches long on a stitched seam just over the knee. I was a bit skeptical about how it would perform after reading the directions. The 2 applications seemed weird but I followed them to the word. My suit had tears that were in the middle of the leg and on the knee so it wasn’t like the picture that shows a tear…

Patricia M. Lambert says:

Yes, you can repair wet suit tears yourself I own a Tyr wet suit that comes with a repair kit. Yet, the kit has no instructions and one of the products solidified in less than a year even though I had not opened it. Viewed a YouTube video on wet suit repair that featured Seal Cement. The repair process seemed straight forward, and involved only one product, so I bought Seal Cement in lieu of another Tyr repair kit. Do not use the brush that comes with Seal Cement – it is too big to manipulate, especially on small tears. I used…

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